Picture of PeachesPeaches are almost 90 percent water, which means they are low in calories.

One medium peach contains about 60 calories. Peaches provide good amounts of vitamins A and C.
Did You Know?
“Georgia peach?” For many years a variety of peach grown in Georgia was the country’s favorite peach.
The state that grows the most peaches today is California.
Choose peaches with firm, fuzzy skins that give a little to gentle pressure when ripe.
Store unripe peaches in a closed paper bag. When ripe, store at room temperature for use within one to two days or store in the refrigerator if you are not going to eat them right away. They should keep for three to five days.

Find peach recipes online!

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Freshly picked San Marzano tomatoes!

If you’re wondering what fruits/veggies and plants can grow in southern Nevada, visit the Research Center & Demonstration Orchard. They grow peaches, pears, apples, tomatoes, plums and much more.

The Center is located at 4600 Horse Dr., North Las Vegas and is open to the public from 8 a.m. to Noon on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Master Gardeners are on hand to answer questions and conduct tours.


Children need help in learning which foods are healthy for their bodies.Traffic Signal
Many children identify foods by taste. If a food tastes good it must be good for you!
However, some foods that taste good are not very healthy for our bodies. So choose foods that taste good and are also good for you!
Healthy foods include fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean meats and low-fat dairy products.
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